This is a test of WordPress’s incorporation of PollDaddy polls today: Oh, that’s so cool. It was a lot of work designing and integrating those same polls a couple of […]
Yesterday was certainly an interesting day on the campaign trail, more interesting to Obama supporters than to the McCain camp. The McCain folks probably wish the whole day had never […]
I’ve already lost my imaginary drinking game for this evening’s presidential debate in Nashville, Tenn. John McCain has said “my friends” five times in the first 45 minutes of the […]
The U.S. Senate passed an economic bailout package Wednesday night — rescue bill, if you want to use the current vernacular — and the bill is now being debated in […]
Is John McCain ready to be president of the United States? Actually, I’m beginning to think he’s well past ready. He missed his window of opportunity in 2000 and is […]
To keep it real simple: I think tonight’s presidential debate was basically a tie.
John McCain’s unexpected suspension of his presidential campaign yesterday strikes me as a purely political maneuver, adopted to once again create a distraction or upheaval in a campaign that’s not […]
A Politico article today explained why I drifted away from any notion of voting for John McCain. In “How John McCain lost me,” Elizabeth Drew details John McCain’s eight-year drift […]